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Concord College Announces Summer Terms

Concord College Announces Summer Terms

Athens, W.Va. - Registration for the first summer term in Athens will be Friday, May 26, 2000. Students may sign up and pay fees in Marsh Hall (the administration building) beginning at 8:30 a.m. First time enrollees are to report to the Admissions Office, Room 206, located in Marsh Hall. A $25 late registration fee goes into effect May 31.

Classes in the five-week first term begin on the Athens campus May 30. Most Athens campus summer classes are taught Mondays through Thursdays.

Registration for the second summer term is scheduled for June 30 with classes meeting from July 3 through August 4.

After-class activities funded by the student’s summer activity fee include free transportation to a Princeton Devil Rays baseball game, free snacks and refreshments on Wednesdays, and a summer social evening picnic.

Signup for Concord summer classes in Beckley is currently underway Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. The Beckley Center of Concord College is located at 219 North Kanawha Street across the street from the post office. First summer term classes will begin on Tuesday, May 30 and end on Friday, June 30. Second summer term classes begin on Monday July 3 and end on Friday, August 4.

Book purchases may be made prior to the start of summer school. Payment is due on or before the first day of class.

For more information, call the Concord College Admissions Office toll-free at 1-888-384-5249, 1-304-384-5248 or the Beckley Center of Concord College at 1-304-255-0793.


Concord College Notes:
The College offers 86 majors. The most popular majors are: business, pre-med/biology, teacher education, psychology, accounting, social work, travel industry management, advertising & graphic design, and "undecided." Concord has approximately 2,800 undergraduate students from 28 states and 30 nations. A profile of new students include the following characteristics: 65% are in the first generation of their families to go to college; 55% female, 45% male; 5% international students; 8% minority; 40% live in on-campus residence halls and 60% commute.